2012 Session

Budget Amendments - SB30 (Member Request)

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Chief Patron: Hanger
CSA Training

Item 283 #8s

Item 283 #8s

First Year - FY2013 Second Year - FY2014
Health And Human Resources
Comprehensive Services for At-Risk Youth and Families FY2013 $50,000 FY2014 $50,000 GF

Page 207, line 2, strike "$304,990,558" and insert "$305,040,558".
Page 207, line 2, strike "$307,681,234" and insert "$307,731,234".
Page 208, line 23, strike the first "50,000" and insert "100,000".
Page 208, line 23, strike the second "50,000" and insert "100,000".
Page 208, line 24, strike "for a combination of regional and statewide meetings for" and insert "exclusively for the purpose of continuous training and".
Page 208, line 26, after "agents" insert:
"to support local government responsibilities as assigned in §202.2649 of the Code of Virginia."
Page 208, line 26, after "to," insert:
"CSA policies, service best practices, effective care coordination".
Page 208, line 33, after "year" insert:
"that includes specific and measurable performance outcomes that will be used to evaluate the effectiveness of the plan in supporting local roles and responsibilities".
Page 208, line 38, strike "and".
Page 208, line 39, after "(iv)" insert: "an analysis of the performance outcome results, and (v)".
Page 210, line 32, after the period, insert:
"The report shall include an analysis of outcome data of services that provides an assessment of progress in meeting the needs of at-risk children and families served, and how the principles of care coordination and best practices are incorporated in the plan for services in the succeeding biennium."

(This amendment provides $50,000 GF each year to increase funding for training provided to localities implementing policies and procedures of the Comprehensive Services Act program including current policies, best practices, and care coordination. Budget language is also added requiring additional reporting on measurable performance outcomes related to children and families served, best practices, and care coordination.)